Studio Voltaire offers affordable studios in a good location in central Clapham with easy access to public transport and local amenities. Our key objective is to create a supportive and critical atmosphere to develop diverse artistic practices. We regret that we can only offer studio spaces to artists working within the parameters of contemporary art practice. Studio Voltaire is a membership organisation and we require a pro-active input from our studio members.
Applications for studios must be submitted by completing a Studio Voltaire application form (download at end of this page) with a current CV and up to 6 images of recent work. All applicants will be informed in writing if they have been successful in joining the waiting list. When a studio becomes available we will review the list and offer a license and internal membership to an artist that we believe will best meet Studio Voltaire's artistic and charitable objectives. In the case of a shared studio, the suitability of the applicant will be further determined by the compatibility of the applicant with the existing licensee(s) and their respective working practices. The studio committee is comprised of two of the Studio Voltaire office staff, a studio member and a Trustee. The committee will operate in rotation to ensure parity in the decision making process.
Current Studio Members
Actionspace, Ray Andrews, Salvatore Arancio, Francesca Banchelli, David J Batchelor, Emma Bennett, Bronwen Buckeridge, Kaye Donachie, Joelle Ford, Charlotte Ginsborg, Jeremy Glogan, Sara Haq, Dave Hanger, Into Art, Beata Kozlowska, Sharon Leahy-Clark, Elisabeth LeCourt, Arthur Medvedev, Jacqueline Merry Bernard, Andy Parker, Matthew Poland, Frances Richardson, Paul Eugene Riley, Gill Rocca, Susan Spencer Hayter, Amy Stephens, Markus Vater, Neal White